With the cultural and historical relations prevailing between India and Nepal, a significant number of Indian tourists (up to 40 percent of the tourist arrivals) visit Nepal every year for various reasons, whether it be business, shopping, casino or even to escape the heat.
|The starting point for the treks to northwestern regions of Nepal like Dolpa, Mt. Kailash and Rara (Lake) National Park…|
|The city in the lap of Annapurna Mountain range is the most popular destination for the tourists who love nature. The city of natural beauty includes the famous Phewa lake…|
|The most famous destination in the western Himalayas, Jomsom is the doorway to diverse cultures and mystical mountains. From here you can reach the most remote corners…|
|The mystic valley capital of Nepal. Kathmandu offers a unique blend of Hinduism and Buddhism, two major religions of the kingdom. The melting pot of the country…|
|Known for ethic diversity, Rumjatar is the principal eastern point of Nepal. This town is a major connecting point for Okhaldhunga district…|
|The most daring airstrip at 285m. Lukla is the gateway to Mt. Everest. The famous trek route to Everest beings here with a walk to Namche Bazaar…|
|Tucked away in the far north-west corner of Nepal. Jumla is about eight days work from Simikot, the district headquarters of Humla…|